STEP Warmfloor® residential floor heating systems are designed to provide even and comfortable warmth in a building. With an emphasis on safety and efficiency, STEP Warmfloor® is the ultimate solution for floor warming or complete heating. Take the chill away from your floors and bring the warmth and comfort of STEP Warmfloor® radiant heat to your working or living space.Visit company showcase »
Radiant floor heating is not new, but recent advances in technology and efficiencies have resulted in homeowners and heating contractors taking a close look at these systems. This white paper looks at a few radiant heating options and identifies one that is leading the way in efficiency.
The owners of STEP Warmfloor were involved in the design of their company-owned building which is now LEED registered. This 35,000 square feet building is a “living laboratory” as proof of the comfort properties and energy efficiency of STEP Warmfloor.
While DC power operates many modern products in business applications, it powers far fewer products for consumer use. However, some associations are developing standards that will lead to the rapid adoption of DC power distribution. This white paper takes a look at DC power and how some experts believe it is the answer for future energy needs.
There are many mats on the market to consider, each attempting to address one or two problems such as minimizing slipping or the reduction of snow and ice melting chemicals entering the premise. But none offer the quality, durability and safety, plus the energy efficiency of STEP Heat Mat by STEP Warmfloor.
As Bill Kelly of Kelly Brothers Painting began planning his new business facility in Truckee, California two years ago there was one clear objective: achieve the maximum energy efficiency possible. This case study explains how the owner decided that radiant heating was the best option, providing instant comfort and savings.
Most of us have lived with forced air heating systems. These systems heat air within the furnace as its blower forces the heated air throughout the house via ducts. Radiant heat, however, is a completely different, more efficient, method of heating a home.
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